I was quite stoked when I saw this headline as I thought the author of the article was going to bring up the point that, as one of the driving markets for sweet and blended Sherries, the UK in a post-Brexit time won’t buy as much of it. This could have had the same benefit (after a good deal of pain) to rework the entire Sherry market like it did for Georgia and their age-old production of Semi Sweet and Semi Dry wines going up in smokes when Russia placed […]

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